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Richard M. Cyert Award for Excellence in Teaching

Description of Award: The Richard M. Cyert Award for Teaching Excellence is given annually to a faculty member who is recognized by economics students and the Undergraduate Economics Program Administration for outstanding pedagogy in economics courses.

Eligibility: Faculty teaching in UEP who have not received the award within the past five years.

Criteria: Outstanding pedagogy will evaluated based on the following measures: FCEs, class size, innovation in the classroom/syllabus, grade distribution, whether the class is required or not, and contributions to extra- and meta-curricular activities.

Selection Committee: Head of Economics (non-voting member), Head of UEP Curriculum Committee (voting member), past three Cyert Award Winners, Senior Associate Dean of Education (voting member), and UEP Executive Director (non-voting member)

Faculty titles are current at the time of the award.


2012-2013


2011-2012


2010-2011

  • Not Awarded

2009-2010


2008-2009


2007-2008


2006-2007


2005-2006

  • George-Levi Gayle, Assistant Professor of Economics

2004-2005

  • Stanley E. Zin, The Richard M. Cyert and Morris H. Degroot Professor of Economics and Statistics, and Professor of Economics and Finance.

2003-2004

  • Not Awarded

2002-2003

  • Ronald L. Goettler, Assistant Professor of Economics

2001-2002


2000-2001

  • Cheng Wang, Associate Professor of Economics

1999-2000


1998-1999

  • W. Robert Dalton, Associate Teaching Professor of Economics

1997-1998

  • Harold Zhang, Assistant Professor of Economics

1996-1997

  • Keith Poole, Professor of Politics and Political Science

1994-1995

  • Stanley E. Zin, Associate Professor of Economics and Finance

1992-1993

  • Anthony Smith, Assistant Professor of Economics

1991-1992

  • Kathryn Shaw, Associate Professor of Economics

1990-1991


1989-1990

  • W. Robert Dalton, Associate Teaching Professor of Economics

1988-1989


1987-1988

  • Barton Lipman, Assistant Professor of Economics

1986-1987

  • Praveen Kumar, Assistant Professor of Economics

1985-1986

  • Guilherme Sedlacek, Assistant Professor of Economics

1984-1985

  • Thomas Palfrey, Assistant Professor of Economics and Political Economy

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